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Support - (fb2k) / Re: V2 beta 26 [x86] not listing DSD tracks
Last post by glong -
Oh, look - life is sweet again - thanks everybody

Now I have listings of all the .iso files

I did 2 things at the same time.  So the cure might either have been:

 upgrading to  v2.0 beta 28

and at the same time - taking anamorphic's advice, I removed the dsdiff component

....and restarted.

and there they all were again

Support - (fb2k) / Re: V2 beta 26 [x86] not listing DSD tracks
Last post by glong -
Is there a wavepack plugin for foobar
Not needed, WavPack support is built in out of the box.
Which is why I am asking. If you don't get up the .wv files, you have likely done something weird.

Yes - to confirm - when I converted files earlier with wavepack - those wav files did immediately appear in the album listings.

Being unfamiliar with it - and having seen wavepack plugins listed for other music players, I wondered whether there was a plugin which converted on the fly (or some other such wonderous thing) - - which was why I asked.

Meantime - now that I totally rebuilt all the album listings and the .dff files are back in the album listings, I dont need to convert those files.

I did not try wavepack with .iso files however. If it converts them to usable wv files I might try to convert them so I can see them. But for now I will just use explorer to initiate playing in FB v2. Reiterating again - the ISO files all play when opened thus.  
General - (fb2k) / Most of my components updated for 2.0/x64/darkmode
Last post by Zao -
I've rebuilt almost all my components from old extant source trees with the new SDK for x86 and x64.
They fully support Dark Mode, v2.0 and 64-bit foobar2000 so if you rely on a niche component of mine it shouldn't be blocking any upgrades for you.

The updated components are:
Affix Silence (foo_dsp_silence)
Equalizer split (foo_dsp_eqsplit)
New Named Playlist (foo_new_playlist)
Remove Playing Track (foo_np_remove)
Replaygain Override (foo_rg_trn)
Seekbox (foo_seek_box)
Timebomb (foo_timebomb)

The sole component _not_ updated is the Waveform Seekbar (foo_wave_seekbar), that one requires quite some overhaul to build on modern toolchains but I think I've got a road forward there eventually with Direct3D 11.0 and shader compatibility mode.
General - (fb2k) / Re: foobar2000 v2.0 bugs
Last post by Cannonaire -
I'm on Beta 27 now and it seems like there is a regression - the popping and lingering audio from the previous track upon manually changing tracks is back even though I have "Fast DSP reset when cycling tracks manually" off.
The issue persists in Beta 28.

The issue seems to go away when I turn off "Enable smooth seeking, pause and volume changes". This is a really nice feature though, and I would really prefer to leave it on.
3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Playlist Organizer (aka foo_plorg) replacement on Jscript Panel 3
Last post by etip -
New version :
Playlist Organizer (Jscript Panel 3)

Version changes :
- The "folder" font is the 'label' font if you use CUI or the 'list' font if you use DUI, font can be set to bold in the option
- The "playlist" font is the 'items' font if you use CUI or the 'playlist' font if you use DUI
- The folder icon color can be set independently from the folder name color.
- bug fixe & tooltip change to reflect total length of a hovered playlist.

If someone has nice color setups, i can use them to create themes and make them available.

i wasnt able to test the DUI font on my setup, so i hope it works fine.